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Observer/Advocate
P.O. Box 429
Mt. Lake, MN 56159
Phone: 507-427-2725
Fax: 507-427-2724


If the United States

required a passport to cross

from one state into another,

Will Pohlmann’s would

have a lot of stamps.

Pohlmann, 26, is the

son of a career Navy man

whose family lived all

across the nation and all

over the world. Coming

from a peace officer job in

Mahnomen County, he will

take the oath of office at

City Hall Sept. 8 to fill the

vacancy left when Officer

Ken Bradford

retired.

“I’ve lived

in Minnesota

for

five years,”

Pohlmann

said. “I came

to Minnesota

from Virginia

Beach,

Va., to attend

the Emergency Response

Training Center in Duluth

for firefighting. The

Center is number one in the

country for this training.

I also have a degree in law

enforcement.”

He stayed in Minnesota

after meeting his wife-to-be,

Jamie, at Luther Point

Bible Camp.

Jamie, a K-12 band

teacher for Wabasso,

graduated from the University

of Minnesota-

Duluth. The couple just

celebrated three years

of marriage Aug. 10

and welcomed baby boy

Brayden last month on

July 5.

Will has other roots

in the state since his

mother grew up in

Stillwater. And he’s a

Vikings and Twins fan.

He enjoys fishing,

hunting, biking and

camping and looks forward

to trying out the

sporting opportunities

this area offers.

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